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The ultimate in Damascus knife forging
Never happen on my watch.. and likely would kill anyone trying it....
this is the jokes forum .. ..
lets be serious fer a minute Pu-238 is not used in weapons plus it would not start a chain reaction as the vid suggests
it is used in radioisotope heater units often fer satellites
Supergrade Pu-239 is the gud stuff, jus sayn
Th at is true SM, however heating it up likeshown in the video, and hammering it p roduces particles that get in the surrounding Air, and are inhaled and become an EXTREME POISON... TO HUMANS..
yep if it were real ..
inhaled alpha particles can do a lot of biological damage, low energy alpha particles can be blocked by the skin, however high energy alpha particles can go right through ya
all that said.... WD
I'd like to try that with some unuptanium.
Sorry Unobtanium has a balanced S shell and is therefor stable.... that's why folks like armor and swords made from it....
It also wouldn't arrive by mail in a plastic pouch
I once had the brilliant idea of welding some water quench hard facing rod on my hatchet .
Finished, the file skates off the edge ,so a grinder is all that can work it.
This for working a trench and clearing roots this is great the edge holds up just fine, especially the adds blade I added to the poll . Years later having lots of use, when dressing the edge I had remembered that only a grinder can work the edge , hand stones do not fare well .
I have another brilliant idea of forging that welding rod into spring steel for a knife blade .I resisted the temptation wondering if the dissimilar metals might detach in heat treatment .
A 3 page article, from May/June 1998 Backwoods Home Magazine, on building a portable forge for blacksmithing.
I don't know about others but I fell out of watching TV about a decade ago. Just nothing could hold my interest. An the constant barrage of BUY...
An article from the March/April 2002 edition of Backwoods Home Magazine. It discusses the forging of tools that are handy around the homestead....
Asia-Off-Grid submitted a new resource:
Tools And Hardware For The Backwoods Home - An Article Discussing Forging Tools For Your Homestead
A primitive skills and materials forge blower
I've been following The Patriot Nurse YouTube channel for a while, now. She has some really good videos.
Just thought I would share this.
First i need to introduce myself and my workshop.i am a craftsman from china,own
a workshop of 5 people.
I am newbie here but i happy to meet...
Being able to cook basic flat breads (pan bread) is a skill that will give your your cooking and diet an added dimension. I post (IMO) solid...
This was a simple fun campfire project. Has anyone else experimented with natural dye? What are your favourites?
This was a fun project. I think I will make a dipper and a cup later.
Finally got the shot on camera this place is going to be hot for slingshot fishing.
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Hey guys. Just got a video up of my Scout Kit, figured I would share it, and see what y'all had to say.
The last box they released was just horrendous...the quality of the items in it got an F...Failure.
The two items which they claimed were worth...
Brokor submitted a new resource:
Build Your Own Portable Forge - May/June 1998 Backwoods Home Magazine
Backwoods Home Magazine 1998 (May-June)...
Backwoods Home Magazine 1998 (May-June)
Brokor submitted a new resource:
Build a Homestead Forge and Fabricate Your Own Hardware - Self Sufficiency / Backwoods Home Magazine 1995...
Backwoods Home Magazine, 1995 (November-December)
The complete printable index of all articles published in Backwoods Home Magazine from Issue #1...
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